The Show, Artisan and Space To Grow Gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 are as bold, extravagant and spectacular as we’ve come to expect. Browse our round-up of highlights, below.
Winning a Gold Medal and the coveted Best Show Garden title, Chris Beardshaw’s Morgan Stanley for the NSPCC Garden, symbolising a child’s journey before, during and after receiving support from the charity.
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This one tugs on the heartstrings… Inspired by the Yorkshire Dales, Mark Gregory’s Welcome To Yorkshire Garden. It won a Gold Medal and the award for Best Construction.
Another of the exceptional Japanese gardens we’ve come to expect from Kazuyuki Ishihara. He won a Gold Medal and Best Artisan Garden for the O-mo-te-na-shi no NIWA – Hospitality Garden. Find out how he keeps those fabulous mounds of moss so verdant in our Twitter video.
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@kazuyuki.ishihara returns again to the #RHSChelsea Artisan Gardens, and this time with a space inspired by the Japanese culture of ‘omotenashi’, promoting hospitality. We’re always amazed with his signature mounds of moss > check our Story now for three top tips on taking care of them #kazuyukiishihara #japanesegarden
Kate Gould, multiple award-winning garden designer and one of our Gardens of the Year judges, won a Gold Medal for her stunning New West End Garden in the Space To Grow Category. Congratulations also to Tony Woods, who won a Gold Medal and Best Space to Grow Garden for The Urban Flow Garden.
Hay-Joung Hwang’s LG Eco-City Garden certainly drew the eyes of the crowd, with its sunny palette of yellows. Winner of the Silver-gilt Medal.
Plus, the mesmerising David Harber and Savills Garden, designed by Nic Howard. Layer upon later of sculpture and gorgeous planting. Winner of a Bronze Medal.